Thank you for your interest in becoming a volunteer for Fixing Marshall County Ferals! Fixing Marshall County Ferals is a program dedicated to sterilizing and returning feral/community cats back to their outdoor homes. This program will reduce the overpopulation of homeless cats by eliminating their ability to reproduce and decrease the cat overpopulation problem in our community. We are looking for dedicated volunteers who are eager to make a huge difference in the lives of the feral cats in Marshall County. This program provides volunteers with a unique, hands on opportunity to contribute to their neighborhood and our county! Responsibilities would include communicating and working closely with other volunteers and caregivers of feral cats, trapping cats in designated areas, driving cats to the Tiffany Dlesk Spay-Neuter Clinic for their appointments and returning them to their trapping site after their surgery.